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- Women in Agricultural Development Agenda for Business Meeting
- Series Title:
- Women in Agricultural Development (WIAD) papers
- Place of Publication:
- Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida
- Publication Date:
- September 3, 1992
- Subjects / Keywords:
- Spring, Anita ( lcsh )
Women's studies ( fast )
Women in Agricultural Development Project in Malawi ( fast )
- document (computer) ( marcgt )
- Spatial Coverage:
- United States-- Florida-- Gainesville
- This 1-page document is a Business Meeting Agenda addresses the Introduction, Old business, and New business.
- Dr. Anita Spring has devoted her life to research in topics such as international agricultural development; food security; entrepreneurship and African business; women/gender in international development; environment and resource management since the 1970s. She has conducted research and produced many publications at several prestigious universities including Cornell University, San Francisco State University, and recently the University of Florida. She is currently a professor emeritus in the Department of Anthropology, and director of the Sub-Saharan Africa Business Environment Report (SABER) Project at the University of Florida.
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- University of Florida
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- University of Florida
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3 September i992 Agenda for WIAD Business Meeting
Co ue ct.,rcooTdmaors: Pete Hildebrand and Sandra Russo
WIAD g)raouate assistants: Mark Swanson and Natalie LeBon
[undm from Oraduate Schoxi, (Dean I nckhart) and Dean Conor
An, committee reports of summer activities
Ne to ho;e a time that most can make , for this a
Business meeting first Thursday of the month, followed by a speaker Other speaker for the month will be on third Friday (usually) . v,! times?
:, :n plans
Including (in collaboration with ISP and Women's Studies): Rosalynn Cartcr. 14 - 15 Septemnber Nyle Brady, 28 September "Impact of U.S. Scientists and Educators on hird World Countr.es: G(;oing Up or Going Down Association of Third Worid S:udies, I - 3 October . i, . eas or voLir swr peaker.' . ()fic, or spring l:;, a:
,,nen in Agriculture in Fionca
'oluntrv rural to urban movement by women
.'-. . anyone else -'-. te jobt'
9, ,,e need/want to C;et new co-directors?
Wn,.rcn ballots or voi-e 'vote
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PROPOSAL FOR A CERTIFICATE IN WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT (WID)
The proposal is to have a concentration that requires 12 credit hours at the graduate level.
Specifically the following will be required:
Two courses from Group 1, one course from Group 2, and
one course from any Group
GROUP 1-100% WID ANT 5303 ANT 6933" HOE 5555 LAS 6938**
GROUP 2-20-30/o WID AEB 6651 ANT 6387 GEO 6509 LIN 5657
GROUP3:--<20% WID AEB 6634 AGG 5932 AGG 5425 AGG 5813 ANT 5467
* Being submitted to the Curriculum Committee (ANT 6933 was taught spring term and will continue to be taught regularly)
** LAS courses have this type of designation, but are taught on a regular basis
Other courses meeting the WID content criterion will be added to this list.